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Pasta Zanmai CNY Special

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Ted, Sophea and I went for din­ner at Pasta Zan­mai, Mid Val­ley after a pho­tog­ra­phy ses­sion at Thean Hou Temple.

Pasta Zanmai’s menu cover and green tea.

They have a spe­cial pro­mo­tion for Chi­nese New Year — the Chi­nese New Year Pros­per­ity Course Menu. It comes with 5 dishes and costs RM99 for 3–4 pax. It was just nice for 3 of us.

Pasta Zan­mai Chi­nese New Year Pros­per­ity Course Menu.

I didn’t like Yee Sang much before this because none of the Yee Sang I had tastes any­where near good. They were either too sour or the Salmon Sashimi was so thin it dis­solved once you fin­ish mixing.

Yee Sang with thick Salmon Sashimi. Huat ah!!!

But Pasta Zanmai’s Yee Sang was so good that we fin­ished the whole plate not long after it arrived.

The Salmon Sashimi was fresh and thick. The dif­fer­ent ingre­di­ents topped with the spe­cial dress­ing made it the best Yee Sang I’ve ever had.

Grilled lamb leg with black pep­per sauce and Hotate scal­lop pizza.

The medium done grilled lamb leg was fan­tas­tic. It was nicely grilled on the out­side and half raw on the inside. Juicy, ten­der and fresh.

We requested to change the avo­cado pizza to hotate pizza which I ordered every time I visit Pasta Zanmai.

The hotate pizza never fail me. Scal­lop, mush­room, tomato sauce and may­on­naise make a per­fect com­bi­na­tion to give your taste buds a roller coaster ride.

Prawn and pump­kin pasta with cream sauce and fruit tart.

The pump­kin pasta tasted rather nor­mal. I didn’t really like it. If I knew this ear­lier, I will prob­a­bly try to request them to change it to another pasta instead.

Lastly, the fruit tart was okay okay only. Crispy pas­try topped with lots of fruits and not-too-sweet-custard. But RM13 for this thing alone? Are you kid­ding me?

I know it might be too late to say this, but if you hap­pen to read this before 28th Feb­ru­ary 2010, do go and give it a try.

4 more days until Chi­nese New Year cel­e­bra­tion is over. I wish every­one a pros­per­ous year ahead and Gong Xi Fa Chai! Huat ah!!!

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CommentNo. 1

Ted24 February 20109:51 PM

Def­i­nitely lookin for­ward to go back for the pizza :) But for now, it’s time to diet after the heavy feastin for LNY.

Author’s CommentNo. 2

Den­nis25 February 201010:29 AM

It’s ok lah, how to resist good food? Keep the fes­tin comin’.

You still look under­weight by the way.

CommentNo. 3

Ted27 February 201012:24 AM

i’ve been hidin a miche­lin tyre actu­ally, lol

CommentNo. 4

max27 February 20107:21 PM

Don’t miss Pasta Zanmai’s Desserts! They’re great.

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